Workforce WindsorEssex creates labour market resources that help students & educators.
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Labour Market Guides FOR educators & STUDENTS
Workforce WindsorEssex has developed guides to make acting on labour market information easier than ever.
A Guide to Creating Mapping Tools
A guide to Creating mapping toolS Following the success of WEmap jobs and WEmap census, Workforce WindsorEssex is releasing A Guide…
Bridge Jobs Guide
BRIDGE JOBS GUIDE Learn more about jobs related to the Gordie Howe International Bridge. This job guide shares information about…
Career Navigation Resources
how to start exploring careers At Workforce WindsorEssex we believe that it is never too young to begin exploring the…
Learn and Play
Whether it’s a vacation, March Break, or just a free weekend, there are always opportunities to bring learning and fun…
Educator’s Experiential Learning Toolkit
Below you will find the Educator’s Experiential Learning Toolkit that can be used by educators in the classroom with their…
Labour Market Tools FOR EDUCATORS & STUDENTS
Labour Market Tools are online and interactive in nature. They are created to save you time and effort to help you access and navigate local labour market information.
As an organization, we are involved in a variety of community events and presentations including participating in job fairs and…
Find job postings, employment services, training programs, childcare services, and route planning options using this mapping tool.
Labour Market Research Reports FOR educators & STUDENTS
Labour Market Research Reports can be topical or broad in nature. They often contain detailed statistical data on jobs and salaries, employers and employees, sectors, current employment conditions and future trends. It may also include other kinds of information that inform labour market decisions, such as emerging technologies, the workplace environment, working conditions, barriers and the cost of living. Workforce WindsorEssex’s Research Reports typically combine the analysis of local labour market data and external consultations, in order to provide deeper insight into stubborn and emerging labour market issues in Windsor-Essex. Depending on the subject matter, consultations may involve employers, job-seekers, educators, students, government as well as community & industry organizations. These conversations help set the Research Report’s overall direction and conclusions.
WEdata Sector Blog Series
WEdata SECTOR Blog Series A blog series that examines the supply and demand of labour in our region’s top sectors….
Community Labour Market Plan
Following consultations with the community, Workforce WindsorEssex, the region’s Local Employment Planning Council (LEPC), is pleased to share the 2017-18…
Food and Beverage Occupational Guides
Have you ever wondered what jobs are needed to make a tomato from a garden into the bottle of ketchup…
WE Are Globally Connected
W.E. Are Globally Connected: An Examination of Transportation, Distribution, Logistics and Warehousing Workforce WindsorEssex is pleased to announce the release…